Former Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Angus Robertson, the SNP's leader in Westminster, are the first major figures to lose their seats – but more are expected to follow.
The attacks on Westminster, Manchester, and London Bridge have prompted calls for an overhaul of the UK's counterterror strategy. Here are the issues that need to be addressed.
How important the exit poll is, why things will look good for Labour until late in the evening, the key seats – and mistakes not to make.
Earlier in the day foreign secretary Boris Johnson said MI5 and police had questions to answer over the attack.
Exclusive: Polling commissioned by Hope Not Hate shows what young voters want from Brexit, their voting priorities – and who they're planning to back.
Can you tell the difference?
Labour and the Conservatives have seen their combined vote share fall ever since the 1950s – but now that decades-long trend is in reverse.
Doubts Over Policy, Questions On National Security, Worries About The Polls. Where Does The Tory Campaign Go From Here?
As the general election campaign fully resumes after the horrific events in Manchester, Theresa May hopes to move on from her manifesto wobble and Labour wants to maintain the momentum that has seen polls narrow.
The “shocking” breach of confidence seen in the Manchester investigation won’t affect longer-term intelligence sharing, UK officials, intelligence experts, and European security officials told BuzzFeed News.
"The leaks of sensitive information pose a grave threat to our national security."
Since the threat level was increased, soldiers have been deployed, police officers are working extra hours, and extra security precautions are in place at parliament.
Even some officials in Washington were frustrated by the fact that the information was coming from the US rather than the UK, calling it “unprofessional.”
Theresa May has confirmed the attack was carried out by one man, but the police focus is now on whether he had co-conspirators.
“We give them a trickle of water, although often a significant trickle, they give us the Niagara Falls."
Sweden's lead prosecutor said all prospects of pursuing the investigation had been exhausted, adding that Assange's continued evasion of legal proceedings had been a factor in the decision. Police in London said he remains wanted for a lesser offense.
The UK's signals intelligence agency – which is also responsible for cybersecurity – has been asked by Liberal Democrats to clarify what it knew about the vulnerability.
Why didn't NHS Trusts patch their computers? Was a cancelled support contract a factor? What's he doing to make sure this doesn't happen again?
Friday's global cyberattack hit hospitals across the UK, and early evidence suggests it could have been prevented by a free patch issued by Microsoft in March.
TL;DR: There's a lot more spending than ways to fund it, but the party has yet to spell out its detailed plans.
The former John Lewis managing director beat his Labour rival by fewer than 4,000 votes out of more than 500,000.